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Courtney Shull

Courtney Shull
Associate Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, Associate Professor of Psychology

College of Arts and Sciences

Phone: 260.422.5561 x2214


Office: Keene Building, Room 129


With an academic and professional journey marked by profound commitment to social impact, Professor Shull brings a wealth of experience in mental health counseling, community and crisis intervention, drug and alcohol counseling and nonprofit management to her classroom. She has 15-plus years of teaching experience and has since dedicated herself to the cultivation of curious minds and empathetic leaders. Her rich professional background significantly informs her approach to teaching, often fostering an authentic, context-rich learning environment for her students.

My Office Hours

Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00
(or by appointment)

Educational Background

M.A., Community & Social Psychology (2005) University of Massachusetts
PhD Student, (current) Global Leadership/Academic Administration Indiana Tech

Professional Experience

Associate Dean, Indiana Tech
Academic Coordinator, College of Professional Studies, Indiana Tech
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Indiana Tech
Program Manager, Community Prevention Education, The Turning Point
Executive Director, Big Brothers Big Sisters (Def, Hen, Pauld. Cnties)
PT Faculty, Psychology, Defiance College
HIV Counselor, Women & Family Services
Mental Health Counselor, Lowell Youth Treatment Center
Program Manager, Brockton Area Multi-Services
Mental Health C.I, First Call for Help


Courtney C. Shull & Bill Berkowitz, PhD
Community Building with Technology
Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
Volume 29, Issue 1-2
2005 – Published online September 24, 2008

Courtney C. Shull & Bill Berkowitz, PhD
Edited by Steven Godin
Technology Applications in Prevention
Hawthorne Press, 2005

Courtney Shull, MA
Weekly Column/West Bend News

PBL: Learning in and Beyond the Classroom
In-Service Presentation
January 2018

Project Based Learning: Learning Beyond the Classroom
Fort Wayne Teaching Conference
February 2018

Courtney Shull, MA
Weekly Column/West Bend News
Freelance Columnist/West Bend News

Additional Information

Current Research Interests:
Retention and success in non-traditional undergraduate students
Comparative higher education systems-Liberia and United States